Going 5-0 against out-of-section competition, Buchanan High's girls captured the Division II title at the California Tennis Classic, a 124-team affair believed to be the largest prep tournament in the nation.
The Bears got come-from-behind wins from No. 2 singles player Maddy Monreal and the No. 3 doubles team of Tiffany Wang-Damaris Brazil in a 4-2 victory over Valencia in the D-II final of the eight-division tournament.
Monreal beat Sabrina Wveste 2-6, 6-1, 10-4, and Wang and Brazil rallied against Remy Balmain and Jenny Ralston 0-6, 6-0, 10-8.
Sravya Gudipudi in singles and Brooke Sanford-Lauren Lee in doubles also won for Buchanan, which improved to 9-0 on the season.
"Valencia is a very good Southern California team," Buchanan coach Jonathan Slater said. "And to come back in a lot of matches is huge going into (Tri-River Athletic Conference play) next week. It's a big win for our confidence. We played a lot of good tennis over the weekend."
Defending CIF Northern California Regional champion Monta Vista-Cupertino defeated reigning Southern Section champ Dana Hills 5-1 in the D-I final.
No Central Section teams were in the D-I field.
Clovis West lost 46-42 in games after tying Los Altos 3-3 in the D-III final. The Golden Eagles reached the final with a 7-6 win in sets over Garces in a rematch of last season's section D-I championship.
Clovis lost to Los Banos 4-2 in the D-IV final.
Nick Wilson's 2-yard run with 3:04 left put his team ahead for good, and Central's defense stopped Palos Verdes-Palos Verdes Estates on downs before running out the clock for a 25-22 victory.
The Grizzlies, ranked second in the Central Section by The Bee, fell behind 22-18 earlier in the fourth quarter on Brandon Chang's 17-yard scoring run.
Ben Hopkins' 5-yard fumble return put Central in a first-quarter hole, but Michiah Quick helped get the Grizzlies back in the game by catching touchdown passes of 76 and 23 yards from Eric Jimenez. Quick finished with three catches for 123 yards.
Eddie Padilla also made a 31-yard field goal for Central (3-0), which points toward a showdown with No. 11 El Diamante on Friday.
Crespi-Encino 49, Clovis West 7: The Golden Eagles -- section D-I champions in 2010 -- start 0-3 for the second season in a row, losing to the Celts for the third straight year.
Riverdale Christian 36, Shandon 13: Travis Hemman scored on runs of 11 and 5 yards to lead the Christ Ambassadors in an eight-man game.
Madera 77, Reedley 7: Nathaniel Nelson opened the scoring with a 59-yard bomb to Michael Say and added two more touchdown passes in an 8-for-12, 154-yard performance that powered the Coyotes past the Pirates on Friday.
Jesus Jimenez (two touchdowns) and Alec Gamboa (one touchdown) each rushed for 110 yards as Madera bolted to a 21-0 first-quarter lead and never looked back.
Boys water polo
Jordan Kemp and Vinnie Strykers scored two goals apiece to lead Sanger over Hoover 8-2 in the championship of the Fresno Fall Kickoff Classic.
Aidan Feigel, Jake Harper, Ty Christiansen and Brandon Herreman also scored for the Apaches.
Feigel scored 14 goals overall -- including five in an 11-9 win over Ripon earlier Saturday, as Sanger went 4-0 during the two-day tournament.